Numerous cannabinoids, including delta 8, delta 10 THC, and many others, have been made available to the hemp sector since the 2018 Farm Bill went into effect and legalized hemp-derived products. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), often known as delta 11 THC, has recently entered the market. It is a tiny, naturally occurring cannabinoid in cannabis Sativa plants. It is the metabolite produced when delta 9 THC is ingested or smoked and moves through our liver and digestive tract. Since Delta 11 is the chemical that is mainly in charge of the “munchies” effect you’ve experienced after smoking cannabis, it is well known for its capacity to increase hunger. The federally authorized hemp plant can now be used to extract delta 11 thanks to contemporary technology and ingenuity.